See 5 Top Nigerian Celebrities that Never Believed in God
By Peter2great2 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
You just might be wondering, do such individuals exist? Who will probably say there is no God? Well they do exist. Let me share with you the 5 of them that you probably know, they believe that their success is a product of their hard work alone and has nothing to do with God. I'm taking the top-bottom approach.
5. Seun Osewa: He's the founder of the top online forum Nairaland. Seun doesn't believe in Jesus or God, he believe success is a product of hard work alone.
4. LeoIgwe: A human rights advocate, just like Seun, he doesn't believe in God.
3. Bisi Alimi: He's a gay activist, he boldly say in 2018 "I don't believe in God, I believe in my husband because I see him, and feel him.
2. Seun Kuti:Son of late Fela Kuti, the celebrity also doesn't believe in God.
1. Pro. Wole Soyinka : A Nobel prize winner, though he was from a Christian background, he still doesn't believe on the existence of God.
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